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're still in mourning over, in connecticut. do you think we'll see real change in gun laws? >> yeah, because i think the president is committed to bringing something forward very quickly. senator feinstein is bringing something up, as well. i don't think there's any business person that i've come across that -- over the last week or so that has not talked about what's happened here and talked about guns. and there is no case to be made for some reasonable basis to have assault weapons in the hands of the average citizens. there is no rational case for that. but this is another example of where the laws get outdated with modern society. we talked about social security. let's look at gun control, for example. the right to bear arms. sure, when we were protecting ourselves in the embryonic stages of our nation's founding. but today where does that stop? does it mean we could have mini nuclear weapons at home too? so the right to bear arms and our constitutional right has to be reflected to what the founding fathers had in mind. and they definitely did not have any idea that people would have ra
issues? >> different category than all the others is that it's law. it's all going to be rolling out over the next couple of years. it's very significant action in congress that would be signed by the president to alter some substantially change it. so you will see a couple of things happening there. one, some of the major taxes will roll out, three big taxes that are going to fund, although not -- we should be clear on this -- the tax on high value health insurance plans provided by employers. that won't begin until 2018. you will see changes in the medical delivery system itself. key performance for hospitals in terms of how they pay for services, moving away from pay for volume and towards pay for quality. those are going to roll out over the next year. come the end of next year 2013, we will see the massive coverage expansion where many, many, many people get the tax credit to either get private insurance or get covered by medicaid. we still expect the scale of that expansion by the beginning of 2014 to be in the range of 25 to 30 million people. they will be a lot of folks. beyond he
it arrived. - if i was a dude, i would break the law, just so i could fight with charlie's angels. bring it on, angels! - i love the dramatic fight scenes from all of these. karate chop, punch! keep going, jump on something. and suddenly, they're, like, unconscious. - when it comes to dramatic fights, cyborg six million dollar man and the bionic woman had one thing in common-- big foot. [growling] - that was the first episode i saw as a kid. big foot was an alien, and that we've been observed by aliens for-for centuries, and steve stumbles upon their complex, when he and osco are in the mountains. - i love how lindsay wagner, as the bionic woman, overtakes the entire animal kingdom. from sharks to big foot. you know, is big foot an animal? is this big foot? - so then, he hallucinates that she's somebody else. we have a hallucinating sasquatch. that was delicious back then, wasn't it? - sasquatch, trust me, please. - for jaime sommers, big foot had nothin' on fembots. - ah! - when you really think about it, it seems a little bit over the top for jaime to have that crazy reaction. i mean,
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